£40K - £45K (potential flex)
Big focus on R&D.
Diverse team and projects.
Annual bonus, awesome benefits, very busy due to success!
I’m looking for an Operations Engineer to join a tech company who provide a range of public sector clients with research, tech and products surrounding cyber and comms security. They’re based in Gloucestershire, initially full remote but will be more office-based when restrictions lift. Due to the nature of the project work you’ll need to be eligible for SC Clearance.
What skills you’ll need
Proven background in a technical operations environment.
Extensive knowledge of Linux OS and infrastructure, either hosted or cloud-based. Windows is a bonus.
Experience with infrastructure security and monitoring, any CyberSec knowledge useful.
Scripting skills (Python, Bash etc.).
Understanding of networking principles, DNS, troubleshooting in production.
Any knowledge of the following would be handy: ELK stack, VMware, SIEM, Atlassian, Nagios etc.
Any deployment automation tools like Ansible would be beneficial, but not essential.
ITIL certification desirable.
What you’ll be doing
Joining a small managed services team with growth planned due to increased project work, you’ll involve yourself in monitoring production infrastructure for faults, creating/managing security alerts, incident management and managing release/deployments. They use Nagios for monitoring and there are bits of high-level service desk work involved. You’ll also help with provisioning new end-user devices, automation strategies and initiatives for improvements across the team. The team itself is 5 people, two in service desk, two in operations and a manager that you’ll report into. Their managed services team is quite new having only gone live in November; their coverage is 8pm – 6pm.
What you’ll get in return for your talents
This business do a lot with school/graduate outreach, having been involved in various STEM programmes, graduate schemes and educational initiatives to upskill the millennial generation in the importance of cyber security. On top of a generous salary, you’ll get 25 days hol + bank hols, private health cover, a profit-sharing bonus which varies year-on-year, a healthy group personal pension scheme matched up to 5%, and much more. They also advocate for mental well-being and provide an optional 9 day fortnight which any employee can take advantage of!
Sound good? Send your CV to Joe now!